Bike Touring Highlight
Frankfurt am Main - the banking metropolis. What should one say about this city? With over 700,000 inhabitants, it is the largest city in Hesse and the fifth largest city in Germany. The main bike path leads through the middle of Frankfurt and who has the time, should get off the bike here and look around a bit. There is so much to discover that the place here would not be enough to even begin to make recommendations.
March 29, 2016
The Main River between West and East Harbor is Frankfurt's longest lawn. When the weather is fine, you can hardly see the lawn here because of people. Especially great skyline views offer from the south bank. Maincafe and doner kebab on the Untermain Bridge, aisle and aisles, Oosten and two cocktail bars at ECB level provide refreshments.
Frankfurt is the city with the highest cultural budget in Germany. This is mainly due to the numerous top-class museums.
April 14, 2017
Nine bridges connect "Hibbdebach and Dribbdebach", ie the right and the left bank of the Main, between the Frankfurt East and West harbors for cyclists and pedestrians and make the green areas on both sides of the river the largest park in the city.
May 4, 2017
Frankfurt is the smallest city in the world, and that is really good for cyclists because the roads are short. Highly recommended are the many green areas, of course, both Main riverside and the Mainradweg, but also the entire green belt with highlights such as the former airport in Bonames and his sculptures, the Niddaradweg, then the large parks such as the Grüneburgpark and the Günthersburgpark, the new Unicampus, Bockenheim and the Nordend with many street cafes. In the south of Frankfurt towards the airport and east to Hanau and into the Wetterau it remains rather flat, in the northeast the Taunus lures with the Großer Feldberg as a challenge the sportier ambitious drivers.
March 18, 2018
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